Master of Information Technology (240)
Te Pukenga - New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology trading as EIT
General Education Programmes not elsewhere classified
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The academic entry requirement for the Master of Information Technology (240) is one of the following: * an NZQF-listed undergraduate degree (or equivalent) including courses that develop an understanding of Information Technology; or * at the Dean's discretion, where an applicant's situation is compelling but not covered by the requirements listed above. All applicants must demonstrate an acceptable level of English language fluency prior to acceptance in the programme. For international students, ways in which English language fluency may be demonstrated include the following: * successful study of a programme in which English was the language of instruction (subject to the conditions in EIT's Database for English Language Proficiency (DELP)) * completion of a New Zealand Certificate in English Language (Level 5 with any endorsement) * IELTS Academic score of 6.5, with no band score lower than 6, achieved in a single test within the two years preceding enrolment * accepted international equivalents to the above IELTS scores, achieved in a single test within the two years preceding enrolment (see equivalency tables in the DELP). An international student must be in possession of an appropriate visa for the duration of the Programme.
About the course
What can I expect out of this qualification?
The programme is designed to broaden an individual's existing knowledge and skills gained from an unrelated undergraduate degree into the information technology field. Initially students will be counselled to undetake a selection of courses that will enable them to 'taste' across a broad area of information technology fields. Following this, the students can then choose specialized areas in which they can develop their expertise. * It encourages flexibility, acknowledging the diversity of the IT environment and the diversity in learner interest and needs. * It provides courses where the students can research and apply information technology knowledge and skills to a workplace. * It encourages participants to apply research skills to identify solutions to information technology problems or issues.
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This information comes from Generosity New Zealand. For more scholarships, search their givME database (formerly called BreakOut) via your college, university or local library website.
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